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    Voice Recorder From Crashed FlyDubai Jet Has Now Been Transcripted

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    According to reports, Interstate Aviation Committee had completed, together with the United Arab Emirates and the United States, transcribing the voice recorder from Flydubai's Flight 981 which crashed in Russia's Rostov-on-Don.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) said Monday that it had completed, together with the United Arab Emirates and the United States, transcribing the voice recorder from Flydubai's Flight 981 which crashed in Russia's Rostov-on-Don in March.

    "Between April 28 and May 16, 2016 in the IAC headquarters in collaboration with USA and UAE representatives the CVR records listening and transcription (02 hours 03 minutes 49 seconds in total) was completed. A crew voices identification was done with participation of Flydubai airline pilots. The CVR transcript was provided to the Investigation team," the IAC said in a statement.

    FlyDubai Boeing 737-800 crashed on landing at Rostov-on-Don airport in conditions of poor visibility on March 19, killing all 62 people on board, including 55 passengers and seven crew members. Pilot fatigue and lack of coordination have been suggested as possible causes of the accident.

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